Students who complete the Master of Science in Applied Quantitative Methods and Social Analysis will be able to:
- Define social problems and operationalize measures and research design
- Articulate the concepts and theories of quantitative analysis for social inquiry
- Utilize a variety of data to analyze the causes and consequences of social problems
- Apply quantitative techniques in the social sciences to contemporary social, economic, political, cultural, and ethical problems in society
- Communicate the results of research to broader audiences including the scientific community and the public
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